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Applying CBWFQ on ethernet sub-interface

Hello,

i have 7206VXR with trunk interface toward customers, now i'm trying to configure CBWFQ on one of the sub-interfaces for specific customer,

while trying to apply parent policy which includes child policy i'm getting the following message:

Must remove traffic-shape configuration first.

here is the configured policy:

ip access-list extended ACL_TEST_SRV

permit ip any host 192.168.10.1

permit ip host 192.168.10.1 any

!

class-map CM_TEST_SRV

match access-group name ACL_TEST_SRV

!

policy-map PM_TEST_SRV

class CM_TEST_SRV

bandwdith 20 precent

!

policy-map PM_TEST_OUTBOUND

class class-default

shape average 9932800

service-policy PM_TEST_SRV

!

interface GigabitEthernet0/3.100

bandwidth 10240

service-policy output PM_TEST_OUTBOUND

!

Thanks and regards,

Tal

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Applying CBWFQ on ethernet sub-interface

Tal,

Do you have generic traffic shaping enabled on the subinterface or main interface? If so, I believe you'll need to remove this before you can apply the service policy.

HTH,

John

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New Member

Applying CBWFQ on ethernet sub-interface

Hi John,

No i don't. I had rate-limit configured but i removed it prior to applying the service-policy.

Thx,

Tal

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Applying CBWFQ on ethernet sub-interface

Hi

policy-map PM_TEST_OUTBOUND

class class-default

shape average 9932800   ------------------use  bandwidth percent

service-policy PM_TEST_SRV

please remove the shape average 9932800 under policy-map PM_TEST_OUTBOUND

Instead of this please use the BW percentage command  it will work

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Applying CBWFQ on ethernet sub-interface

Hello,

Check and remove a shape command on the sub interface or any other sub interfaces that share that main interface.

HTH

Kentse

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